The Place That Evolution Forgot

sprite37:

I came back just to reblog this.

Yeah, I think I’m done for awhile.

I’m gonna take a Tumblr hiatus. Mainly because of the userbase. And this goes way beyond SJWs (even though they’re part of the problem).

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Can’t even ignore it either, as the ignore function doesn’t work when searching.

Lovely.

rebornica:

I always see Cut with Guts, so does Guy with Thomas sooo I did a crossover thing ahaha;;

rebornica:

I always see Cut with Guts, so does Guy with Thomas sooo I did a crossover thing ahaha;;

Xbox One practically unusable without day one update

pyronoid-d:

vidya-g-cat:

http://news.cnet.com/8301-10797_3-57611467-235/xbox-one-practically-unusable-without-day-one-update/


"will be able to do very little without taking the day one update." When pressed on what users could do with the Xbox One before the update is added to the console, Penello said “nothing.”

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"nothing"

nothing

Batman, are you okay?

Batman, are you okay?

So apparently Legend of Korra season 2 ended in a horrendous fashion.

Glad I stopped watching after Season 1’s ending.

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kyoufuu:

… I don’t know anymore.


Justin Bieber has outraged fans in Argentina by kicking their national flag while on stage.
Videos from a Buenos Aires concert show fans throwing two Argentine flags onto the stage, both of which land near the singer’s feet.
Most musicians on world tours would be expected to hold up the flags as a mark of respect to their fans.
However, the footage shows Bieber trying to remove them from the stage by first kicking at them on the floor with his shoes.
The pop star then uses his microphone stand to sweep them off stage, one after the other, before jumping in the air and smiling.
Insulting Argentina’s flag is a crime punishable in the country by up to four years in prison.

Justin Bieber has outraged fans in Argentina by kicking their national flag while on stage.

Videos from a Buenos Aires concert show fans throwing two Argentine flags onto the stage, both of which land near the singer’s feet.

Most musicians on world tours would be expected to hold up the flags as a mark of respect to their fans.

However, the footage shows Bieber trying to remove them from the stage by first kicking at them on the floor with his shoes.

The pop star then uses his microphone stand to sweep them off stage, one after the other, before jumping in the air and smiling.

Insulting Argentina’s flag is a crime punishable in the country by up to four years in prison.